Chamber of Deputies of Brazil


Chamber of Deputies of Brazil
Chamber of Deputies
Câmara dos Deputados
Coat of arms or logo
Type
Type Lower House
Leadership
President of the Chamber of Deputies Marco Maia, PT
since December 17, 2010
Members 513
Political groups
Elections
Last election October 1, 2006
Meeting place
Chamber of Deputies of Brazil 2.jpg
National Congress Building
Brasília
Federal District
Brazil
Website
www.camara.gov.br
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The Chamber of Deputies of Brazil (Portuguese: Câmara dos Deputados) is a federal legislative body and the lower house of the National Congress of Brazil. As of 2006, the chamber comprises 513 deputies, who are elected by proportional representation to serve four-year terms. The current president of the Chamber is deputy Marco Maia (PT-RS).

Deputies elected to the 2007–2010 legistature (expired on February 1st, 2011)

According to the results of Brazilian general elections, 2006

State Party Member
Acre PCdoB Perpétua
PMDB Flaviano Melo
PMN Petecão
PP Gladson Cameli
PPS Ilderlei Cordeiro
PT Fernando Melo
Henrique Afonso
Nilson Mourão
Alagoas PDT Maurício Quintela Lessa
PFL Cristiano Matheus
Gerônimo da ADEFAL
PMDB Carlos Alberto Canuto
Joaquim Beltrão
Olavo Calheiros
PMN Francisco Tenório
PP Benedito de Lira
PSB Givaldo Carimbão
Amazonas PCdoB Vanessa Grazziotin
PFL Sabino Castelo Branco
PMDB Átila Lins
PP Carlos Souza
Rebecca Garcia
PSB Marcelo Serafim
PT Praciano
PTB Silas Camara
Amapá PCdoB Milhomen
PDT Bala
PFL Davi Alcolumbre
PMDB Fátima Pelaes
Jurandil Juarez
PPS Lucenira Pimentel
PSB Janete 4040
PT Professora Dalva
Bahia PCdoB Alice Portugal
Daniel Almeida
PDT Marcos Medrado
Sérgio Brito
Severiano Alves
PFL Antônio Carlos Magalhães Neto
Cláudio Cajado
Fábio Souto
Félix Mendonça
Fernando de Fabinho
Jorge Khoury
José Carlos Aleluia
José Rocha
Jusmari Oliveira
Luiz Carreira
Marcelo Guimarães Filho
Paulo Magalhães
Tonha Magalhães
PMDB Geddel Vieira Lima
PP João Leão
Mário Negromonte
Roberto Britto
PPS Colbert Martins
Veloso
PR João Bacelar
José Carlos Araújo
Maurício Trindade
PSB Lídice da Mata
PSDB João Almeida
Jutahy Júnior
PT Geraldo Simões
Guilherme Menezes
Luiz Alberto
Luiz Bassuma
Nelson Pellegrino
Sérgio Barradas Carneiro
Walter Pinheiro
Zezéu Ribeiro
PV Edson Duarte
Ceará PCdoB Chico Lopes
PMDB Aníbal
Eunício
Flávio Bezerra
Mauro Benevides
Paulo Henrique Lustosa
Zé Gerardo
PP Eugênio Rabelo
Padre Zé
PR Gorete Pereira
PSB Ariosto Holanda
Ciro Gomes
PSDB Leo Alcântara
Manoel Salviano
Marcelo
Raimundo Gomes de Matos
Vicente Arruda
PT Eudes Xavier
José Airton
Guimarães
Pimentel
PTB Arnon Bezerra
Distrito Federal PMDB Laerte Bessa
Tadeu Filippelli
PFL Alberto Fraga
Bispo Rodovalho
PPS Augusto Carvalho
PR Jofran Frejat
PSB Rodrigo Rollemberg
PT Geraldo Magela
Espírito Santo PDT Manato
Sueli Vidigal
PMDB Camilo Cola
Lelo Coimbra
Rita Camata
Rose de Freitas
PR Neucimar Fraga
PSC Jurandyr Loureiro
PSDB Luiz Paulo
PT Iriny Lopes
Goiás PFL Ronaldo Caiado
PMDB Bittencourt
Dona Iris
Leandro Vilela
Marcelo Melo
Pedro Chaves
PP Roberto Balestra
Sandes Júnior
PR Sandro Mabel
PSDB Carlos Alberto Leréia
João Campos
Leonardo Vilela
Professora Raquel Teixeira
PT Pedro Wilson
Rubens Otoni
PTB Jovair Arantes
Tatico
Maranhão PCdoB Flávio Dino
PDT Davi Alves Silva Júnior
Julião Amin
PFL Clovis Fecury
Nice Lobão
PMDB Gastão Vieira
Pedro Novais
Professor Sétimo Waquim
PSB Dr. Ribamar Alves
Waldir Maranhão
PSDB Carlos Brandão
Pinto da Itamaraty
Roberto Rocha
Sebastião Madeira
PT Dutra
PTB Cleber Verde
Pedro Fernandes
PV Sarney Filho
Mato Grosso PMDB Carlos Bezerra
PP Eliene Lima
Pedro Henry
PPS Homero Pereira
PR Welinton
PSB Valtenir Pereira
PSDB Thelma de Oliveira
PT Carlos Abicalil
Mato Grosso do Sul PDT Dagoberto Nogueira
PMDB Moka
Nelson Trad
PP Dr. Antonio Cruz
PPS Geraldo Resende
PSDB Waldir Neves
PT Biffi
Vander Loubet
Minas Gerais PCdoB Jô Moraes
PDT Ademir Camilo
Mário Heringer
PFL Carlos Melles
Edmar Moreira
Jairo Ataide
João Bittar
Lael Varella
Marcos Montes
Vitor Penido
PHS Miguel Martini
PMDB Antônio Andrade
Fernando Diniz
João Magalhães
Leonardo Quintão
Maria Lúcia Cardoso
Mauro Lopes
Saraiva Felipe
PP George Hilton
Luiz Fernando Faria
Márcio Reinaldo Moreira
PR Aelton Freitas
Aracely de Paula
Bilac Pinto
Jaime Martins
José Santana de Vasconcelos
Lincoln Portela
PPS Alexandre Silveira
Geraldo Thadeu
Humberto Souto
Paulo Piau
PSB Júlio Delgado
PSC Mário de Oliveira
PSDB Bonifácio de Andrada
Eduardo Barbosa
Narcio Rodrigues
Paulo Abi-Ackel
Rafael Guerra
Rodrigo de Castro
PT Elismar Prado
Gilmar Machado
Juvenil Alves
Leonardo Monteiro
Maria do Carmo Lara
Miguel Côrrea Jr
Odair Cunha
Reginaldo Lopes
Virgílio Guimarães
PTC Carlos Willian
PV Antônio Roberto
Ciro Pedrosa
Fábio Ramalho
José Fernando Aparecido de Oliveira
Pará PDT Giovanni Queiroz
PFL Lira Maia
Vic Pires Franco
PMDB Asdrubal Bentes
Bel Mesquita
Elcione Barbalho
Jader Barbalho
Lúcio Vale
Wladimir Costa
PP Gerson Peres
PSC Zequinha Marinho
PSDB Nilson Pinto
Wandenkolk (Vandinho) Gonçalves
Zenaldo Coutinho
PT Beto
Paulo Rocha
Zé Geraldo
Paraíba PFL Efraim Filho
PMDB Vitalzinho
Wilson Braga
Wilson Santiago
PR Dr. Damião
Wellington Roberto
PSB Manoel Júnior
Marcondes Gadelha
PSDB Armando Abílio
Rômulo Gouveia
Ronaldo Cunha Lima
PT Luiz Couto

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